- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... museum that sounded interesting about the detention and torturing of Argentinian people over the centuries. I found the museum, only to see that it is closed on weekends. That seems like a very strange schedule for a museum to keep. Surely most people would have time to go to a museum on a weekend. Whatever.
So I walked around a little more, had a steak for dinner, and then came back to the hostel. ...
... to a museum documenting Che's life. It was interesting to compare the travel routes that he had taken in his early twenties throughout South America with our own trip. Unsurprisingly, the museum was endorsed by the joint visit of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez a few years ago.
We indulged our culinary senses with a seafood lunch at the market before heading to Estadio Cordoba with Diego, the hostel manager, and his son to watch CA Belgrano de Cordoba v San ...
... fluently to the heavens.
... he clearly had no issues about mortifying Natalia to get what he wanted! Even after she had gone bright red and was looking at me like a helpless child, he persisted!! Obvs at this stage, I stepped in and saved the day......and just to clarify, I did not measure him for boxers, just used my smarts and that moment will be left in the past!!
All things Evan aside.....Martje is from Holland and I have to say, a girl after my own heart! She spent the day chasing ...
The 'Manzana Jesuítica' or the ‘Jesuit Block’ in Cordoba was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000, so I figured I couldn’t spend a month in Cordoba without giving it a visit! Including the Church of the Society of Jesus, the Colegio National de Monserrat and the National University of Cordoba it proved to be a very interesting visit, and (thankfully!) there were tours in English.
We started out ...